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Our most recommended Turkish Black Sea Coast National parks

Antalya: Full-Day Canyoning, Rafting & Zipline Trip w/ Lunch

1. Antalya: Full-Day Canyoning, Rafting & Zipline Trip w/ Lunch

Begin your day at Koprulu Canyon in a relaxing environment, canyoning for about 1.5 hours and walking through breathtaking scenery, climbing over rocks and sliding into cold crystal waters. You could almost get lost in narrow passages of this beautiful canyon, but your professional instructors will keep you moving along for more adventure. Make a choice to pass under the 2000-year-old Eurymedon Bridge by swimming or walking along the 700m trekking path, enjoying the best views as you complete the canyoning portion of the tour. One journey ends and another starts at Koprulu Canyon, where you will get wet and wild with a 14km rafting route complete with 10 rapids that will blow your mind. Splash against the waves, and soak in the stunning landscapes of the amazing canyon, as you glide down the river. Then it is time to get your energy back with a well-served lunch by the river. Take some time to watch the videos and have a look at the photos captured throughout the day. Then it will be time to go back home, either on your own or using a booked pick-up and drop-off service, depending on your selection.

Rize: Ayder Tour & Kaçkar Mountaıns & Fırtına Valley

2. Rize: Ayder Tour & Kaçkar Mountaıns & Fırtına Valley

Enjoy a guided tour through the city of Rize with a guide and transfers from your accommodation. See some of the region's most popular landmarks like the Fırtına Stream, Kale-i Hala, and enjoy an exhilarating rafting, zipline, or swing activity. Relax with a convenient pickup from your accommodation to start the day. Head to your first stop Eskitoğlu waterfall, which pours in two stages from a height of 80-meters just before entering the city of Rize. Marvel at the scenery of a city only 500-meters away from the sea. Pass through the city center of Rize and proceed towards Storm Valley. You can take a break in the activity areas right next to the Fırtına Stream in the Fırtına valley and participate in the rafting, zip-line, and swing activities whilst in a natural setting. Enter the Kaçkar Mountains National Park through nature that offers all the shades of green known to man. Reach the Ayder Plateau and park your car in front of the restaurant. Take free time to have lunch and select sightseeing tours. After your free time, meet at the designated meeting point and start your return journey. On the way back, you can take a photo on the historical stone bridge called Kale-i Hala, which was built in the 18th-century. Leave here and continue on your route back home.

Trabzon: Sumela Monastery Day Tour with Lunch

3. Trabzon: Sumela Monastery Day Tour with Lunch

Begin your day with a visit to the mesmerizing Altindere National Park. Soak up the tranquility of the park as you listen to the sound of the waterfalls and snap photos. Follow your guide on a 15-minute walk to the Sumela Monastery observation point and marvel at the impressive architecture of the monastery, carved into the cliff face. After admiring the views, continue to Cosandere Valley and spend some free time exploring. Stop among the pine trees to enjoy a delcious lunch at Zigana Pass. After lunch, visit the ancient Tortul Castle and put your bravery to the test with a walk along a 240-meter-high glass observation platform. Later, enter the magnificent Karaca Caves. This natural wonder is filled with easy-to-navigate walkways and plenty of lighting to showcase its beauty. The final stop is in Hamsikoy, a peaceful region of 5 farming villages, where you’ll taste a local pudding known as sutlac before beginning the return journey to Trabzon.

Trabzon: For Insatiable Explore With GeziBilen Digital Guide

4. Trabzon: For Insatiable Explore With GeziBilen Digital Guide

Get to know the city at your own pace with the interactive application you download to your phone. Interact with the city's top attractions and discover interesting facts and legends. Start your journey by downloading the GeziBilen Digital Guide application and continue by following the map on the relevant route. On this route, you can listen to the history of all these works from us. What we will see on this route… Cal, the second-longest cave in the world, and Uzungol, which hosts the oldest trees in its surrounding temperate climate zone… Along our route, you will go to Hamsikoy, the homeland of hazelnut rice pudding, and Sumela Monastery, the symbol of the city! Trabzon Castle, which survived since the Romans, and the house where Kanuni Sultan Suleiman, probably the most famous sultan of the Ottoman Empire, was born and raised... And many more...We don't want you to leave you hungry while exploring so many places and we recommended the refreshment places full of delicious flavors. On this route, you will both climb a plateau and drink coffee by the lake… If you say “How many days will it take?”, we can say three days on average. Of course, you have the initiative! Welcome back to our “Whatever you seek is here" route! The rest is rhetoric! We'd better take on the road. If the cameras are charged, the raincoats are put into the bags - here is the Black Sea, it is unpredictable if it would rain - and the spare flash disks are emptied (just one flash disk is not enough), and the shoelaces are tied, let's start.

From Rize Merkez: Sumela Monastery and Trabzon Private Tour

5. From Rize Merkez: Sumela Monastery and Trabzon Private Tour

After meeting the local certified guide, head towards the Sumela Monastery. Passing through the Altindere valley, Enjoying the views of Altindere valleys nature, River, Reaching Sumela Monastery on the Cliffs. Discover Sumela Monastery and its frescoes depicting The Creation of the Earth, The Creation of Adam and Eve, and Frescoes of Jesus, his apostles and holy Marie’s life. After visiting Monastery, Head to Torul city castle observation glass terrace, The terrace is the highest viewing terrace in Turkey and it overlooks the most beautiful natural views of city of Torul with its beautiful mountains, plains, river and castle, but access to terrace requires great courage. One of the amazing place is Karaca cave. The cave is roughly 105 meters in length, average 15 meters in height. Entrance height is about 1,8 meters and has a total floor area of 1500 m2. The air inside the cave is cooler than outside in summertime, and warmer in winter, it has own microclimate. Cave contains different types of rocks, minerals, dripstones and ponds. On the way back, visiting Trabzon’s Hamsikoy village which is popular with its nature and rice pudding made from the milk of Hamsikoy village, After learning a little about natural life of villagers, of course taste the rice pudding and than returning hotel.

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